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the smile bobby, i have always loved that song. well, thanks, that was my first big hit, back in 1964, and i always felt lucky because the radio was full of so much great music, including this classic love song... ♪ love me with all your heart ♪ ♪ that's all i want, dear ♪ somewhere my love ♪ there will be songs to sing ♪ born fr ♪ as free as the wind blows ♪ as free as the grass grows ♪ born free... what an inspirational song! bobby, this collection is such an amazing listening experience, there is just so much variety in these sixties hits! well, it's true! sixties radio played a beautiful mix of styles and sounds and it's all captured here in this once in a lifetime collection, pop memories of the '60s. time life has even included some of those great number one records that came out of music city, usa, nashville, tennessee. ♪ he was big and bent and gray and old ♪ ♪ and i looked at him and my blood ran cold ♪ ♪ and i said, "my name is sue! ♪ ♪ "how do you do!" ♪ i wanna tell you all a story ♪ 'bout a harper valley ♪ widowed wife what classics! and let
to avoid an 0-3 spot, plus, the braves honor bobby cox. news 4 at 6:00. fired as governor of maryland. four years ago, t for good reason. first, he protected tax loophos for giant cae cable companies. then, he let utilities jack up our rates 72%. d for the last four years, he worked as a hired gun for big corporations, even a bank that ok billions from a taxpayer funded bailout. ehrlich sides with cporate executives again and again and again tell bob ehrlich big banks and billionares don't need help. middle cde do. growing, evolving, literally transforming our lives. now imagine the possibilities of what tomorrow could bring. at at&t, we support a core set standards that will guide the internet into the future... to protect users, and reward innovators, for years to come. we support a fair and open internet - affordable and accessible to everyone. transparent networks, managed in ways that are clear to all users. we support the fcc's plan to bring high-speed internet to everyone in america by 2020. and we are committed to keeping the intern working, as the economic engine that's creating jo
. right on the job. ed rappaport at the hurricane center in miami. let's go now by phone to bobby outen, he's manager of dare county, north carolina. we understand you're calling us from emergency management headquarters in mantao, north carolina. what's the situation, bobby? >> right now, here it's calm and raining. we're waiting for the worst to come. we're probably a couple hours away before the stronger winds come. hatteras is probably 50 miles or so south of us. and that's where we expect the worst of it to be. >> larry: how are the evacuations going? >> the evacuations went well. we got everybody off hatteras yesterday so we got the people out of harm's way down there. today, we got most of the people off the ocean front in the towns and areas north of hatteras. those are the area wes were most concerned with. i think those evacuations have gone well. >> larry: is anybody holding out or did you get them all off? >> i'm sure there are people holding out. i talked with nags head earlier this morning. most everyone, maybe two or three, out of the whole area stayed. i know kitty hawk
in a critical injury of a loved one. bobby ross was the victim of a hit-and-run back in august. now his family is asking for your help to find the person responsible. abc2 news explains. >> his family admits, bobby ross had hit some hard times. living in a homeless shelter, not being able to take care of his 14-year-old boy. he was aiming to turn his life around. august 15, his life turned upside down. >> he actually right now, the prognosis, the doctors aren't sure at this point. he has massive brain damage. >> bobby is in a coma now and barely responsive. he was the victim of a hit-and- run as he was crossing gilford on a sunday. witnesses say the driver stopped at first, then sped off. beyond that, ross' family know nothing. three weeks later and police have yet to call, making her feel like nobody even cares. >> i'm not saying i'm frustrated. i'm just saying i think they need to do more, you know. as time goes on, he's going to be forgotten. >> certainly investigators will be interviewing the witnesses. we'll check to see if there were any cameras in the area. we will look at that foo
. the nightmare was of bobby kennedy leading a m accusing him of being a traitor, coward, weakling if he left vietnam. of course, bobby had been somewhat hawkish, so johnson had a reason to fear the hawkish side of bobby. johnson didn't trust or understand him. just as that fear of goldwater, he feared bobby would criticize him if he pulled out of vietnam, just a glorious misunderstanding. he was so worried about showing courage in vietnam, and yet he had displayed immense courage in the civil rights bls, knowing that he was risking losing t south, which he did. host: let's listen to president johnson talking with robert kennedy in 1964 about the civil rights bill. >> mr. president? >> yes. >> we had a meeting all day today with senator dirkson on the civil rights bill and feel that we have an agreement with him, with senator akin. >> congratulations. what does he think? can he get the votes? >> he thinks so. we'll have a meeting monday morning. >> are you in pretty good shape with the folks someday in the bill? >> we meet with them at 4:30. they're not going to be happy, but nothing makes th
the presidency, this was talking to doris after he was out of office. the nightmare was of bobby kennedy leading a mob accusing him of being a traitor, coward, weakling if he left vietnam. of course, bobby had been somewhat hawkish, so johnson had a reason to fear the hawkish side of bobby. johnson didn't trust or understand him. just as that fear of goldwater, he feared bobby would criticize him if he pulled out of vietnam, just a glorious misunderstanding. he was so worried about showing courage in vietnam, and yet he had displayed immense courage in the civil rights bills, knowing that he was risking losing the south, which he did. host: let's listen to president johnson talking with robert kennedy in 1964 about the civil rights bill. >> mr. president? >> yes. >> we had a meeting all day today with senator dirkson on the civil rights bill and feel that we have an agreement with him, with senator akin. >> congratulations. what does he think? can he get the votes? >> he thinks so. we'll have a meeting monday morning. >> are you in pretty good shape with the folks someday in the bill? >> we meet
. everybody is now standing by to see what happens. >> larry: thanks, bobby. dare county, north carolina. good luck. >> thank you. >> larry: to fema headquarters in washington, d.c., craig fugate is the administrator of fema. thanks for joining us. fema got the bad name in katrina. have we overcome that? is fema ready, willing and able to attack whatever comes here? >> i think we are. we were moving before the hurricane ever got up to the coast. working with governor perdue's teams there. we have teams in all of the coastal states, ready to support them all the way up to the new england state. so, we're not going to wait until things get bad. we've got supplies already going into ft. bragg in case they're needed down in north carolina. we have supplies in massachusetts in case we need it there. our role is to support the governors but we're not going to wait for them to ask for help. if we think they need it we'll make sure it's ready to go. >> larry: the president signed an emergency declaration for north carolina. what does that mean? >> what it does for the governor there, it helps her with
! we have moe, good to see you. oh, where do we start. bobby nick. >> hey, how are you, listen, jets, jess, you're getting to be my size if you need to borrow clothes. you got it. >> he'll be your size, by the way. >> ron, jess says he better keep the helmet on. >> and we have a game this afternoon at m&t, 4:00, navy and maryland and these folks came to see manic monday. >> don and patty. we love it and we love the show. go navy. i have to say go terps! i'm a terps. the coach, larry, luther, john. what's your name. >> kyle. good to see you. >> what's your name, emanuel. >> thank you for coming out this morning. we appreciate it. are where are you folks from? >> annapolis. >>> halethorpe. >> we have to do this before we do manic monday. >> the guys from nest one, they're all here. we have fan man, the maniac and raven rick and who else? [ indiscernible ] >> good to see you. we want to do a little thing? >> you know, the dance ray lewis does when he opens the game, right? >> we got a little something for you here. >> they have it with a new little wrinkle. [ cheers and applause ] >> th
. there's one called i heart bobbies. some people reportedly find the message to be in poor taste. nationally syndicated radio talk show host michael smerconish is an nbc contributor. he joins us now, so what side of the bobbie debate are you on? >> i'm for bobbies too, come on, you set me up, what else am i going to say? >> do you think the school has a right to ban this? >> they have a right to ban it, because if they don't, somebody's offended and they're going to say you're not enforcing some kind of a standard of decency, school is back in session, we left off last semester with a controversy in california where on cinco de mayo day, you may recall that there were some students wearing american flags on their shirt and they were sent home. this is five state nice where this has become a controversy. if they had largely ignored it, a good cause would have been promoted. students would have tired of wearing those bracelets. now they have exacerbated it by asking them to turn it inside out. if it didn't say i love bobbies, they probably wouldn't be wearing them. >> with the live
. >> and bobby brown will stop by. i remember the first time i wore lipstick in front of my dad, i think he feinted and resurrected in front of me. we have got some advice on age appropriate makeup and some tips from the inside out. >>> let's go inside, ann curry is standing by at the news desk. >> good morning once again to everybody. >>> in the news this morning, hundreds of people have been forced from their homes because of flooding in wisconsin and minnesota. in wisconsin the national guard has been called in to help. the good news is that the rain should be easing "today." >>> in colorado, a third big wildfire this month has burned at least two buildings including a home. there are however no reports of any injuries and it's not clear yet how that fire started. >>> a woman who hired two men to murder her husband and his stepson to collect on a life insurance policy was executed last night in virginia. teresa lewis was the first woman to be put to death in the united states in five years and the first woman in virginia in almost a century. >>> today the european union denounced as outr
legal team is taking aim at the magazine. >>> mike tyson spoofs bobby brown. plus, shocking details about george lopez' divorce. >>> coming up on entertainment tonight mike toyson -- tyson and bobby brown? it's the heavy weight's champ doing his best. >> i can't believe in a million years i would be doing this. >> bobby did the original product is in the 1980s. this one for funny or die. the mastermind behind the moves, comic wayne brady. well, guys, you're in for a surprise. we're there as bobby crashed the site. >> you know better. >> no way. >> bobby, his fiance and son watched all the action. >> hey, mike, i want to see those dance steps. you can see the whole video on funny or die.com tomorrow. >>> also tonight was sarah palin booed at last night's "dancing with the stars," plus, george lopez' divorce shocker, what went wrong. >>> you can see entertainment tonight on wjz. >>> we have breaking from anne arundel. what's going on, mike? >> we are at the -- we are in light couple -- light thy couple where a vehicle has collided with a business. the verks as you can see, struck the
bernstein will join us and robert wright and bobby gosche. >>> could the gas fire in california have been averted? you'll meet a man who says the answer is yes. >>> why is sarah palin teed off at arnold schwarzenegger. was it something he said? you bet. i didn't miss a premium payment for 10 years. the minute i got sick, i lost my insurance. not anymore. america's healthcare reforms change lives for the better. to find out how it can help you, visit us at americasfairhealthcare.org ♪ [ male announcer ] your first day. you try to lie low, get the lay of the land. but then autoblog.com calls your interior lexus quiet. and automobile magazine goes comparing you to a cadillac. ♪ so much for the new kid fitting in with the rest of the class. the all new chevrolet cruze. starting under $17,000. get used to more. ♪ iaiaiaiabetes. and i'm worried if i lose my job, i won't be able to afford insurance. not anymore. america's healthcare reforms change lives for the better. to see how it can help you, visit us at americasfairhealthcare.org >>> before the break we showed you an in-depth, pretty
condition. good evening i'm kelly swoope. bobby ross was a victim of a hit-and-run in august. it happened in downtown baltimore at guilford and center streets. now his family is pleading for answers as to who good did it. brian kuebler explains. >> reporter: his family admits bobby ross had hit some hard times. living in a homeless shelter not being able to take care of his 14-year-old boy. he was aiming to turn his life around. august 15th his life turned upside down. >> actually right now the prognosis the doctors are not sure we're not su
years at the helm and still in the playoff hunt, braves manager bobby cox. whatcha doing little bite™? trying to be big like you, dad. you're so good at keeping everyone full... and focused with your fiber. [ laughs ] but you already are great at doing that. really? sure. you're made with fiber, just like me. but best of all, you're the perfect size for smaller kids. [ female announcer ] give your little ones kellogg's® frosted mini-wheats little bites™ cereal in chocolate and now original flavor. they're an excellent source of fiber packed in a smaller size. [ doorbell rings ] oh, it's original little bite™. we're off to practice keeping 'em full and focused. yeah! we've got big shoes to fill! >>> here's a look at the >>> here's a look at the weather in some cities around the country, new york heavy rain, 75. miami partly cloudy, 87. chicago, sunny, 73. denver, sunny there, as well, 78. l.a. partly cloudy and 87.Ñi time now for a check of the nationa@útjut(páu the latest satellite picture shows cloudy skies up and down the east coast while parts of the southeast are starti
in a surfing axa, bobby was riding the waves once again. >> we went tarp surfing. we ride through it like your surfing. >> after seeing people tarp serve, his friends thought it would be a good birthday present for him. he got what he wanted for a decade. >> deeper for the rights or the left? >> he cannot do what he loves to do. just getting a piece of that is a good thing. >> bobby had been a talented surfer with the dream of going professional. he went through difficult times coping with this. he is now editing surf movies and counseling those who have become paralyzed. >> i feel healthy. there are hard times. like this. come here and do tarp surfing. i never thought that i would be doing this. for other people, they can do it, too. >> that is pretty cool. he has some great friends. 62 degrees on tv hill. coming up in the next half-hour -- >> new information on the underground fire in little italy that caused a big power outage yesterday. >> we had some much-needed rain to close the weekend. things are pretty quiet right now. >> good morning. a busy ride for motorists on northbound 95 in cec
of a loved one. bobby rose was the victim of a hit-and-run back in august. it happened in downtown baltimore at gillford and center streets. his family is asking for your help to find the person responsible for this. abc2 news brian kuebler explains. >> living in a homeless shelter, not being able to take care of his 14-year-old boy. he was aiming to turn his life around. august 15, his life turned upside down. >> actually right now, the prognosis, the doctors aren't sure at this point. he has massive brain damage. >> bobby is in a coma now and barely responsive. he was a victim of a hit-and- run as he was in downtown baltimore at noon on sunday. witnesses say the driver stopped at first, then sped off. beyond that, ross' family knows nothing. three weeks later now, and they say police have yet to call, making her feel like nobody even cares. >> i'm not saying i'm frustrated. i'm just saying i think they need to do more, you know, as time goes on, he's going to be forgotten. >> investigators will be interviewing the witnesses. we'll check to see if there were any cameras in the area. if
will provide answers in the critical injury of a loved one. bobby ross was the victim of a hit and run in august. it happened in downtown baltimore. now the family is asking for your help to find the person responsible. brian explains. >> reporter: his family admits, bobby ross had hit some hard times. living in a homeless shelter, not being able to take care of his 14-year-old son. he was aiming to turn his life around. august 15th his life turned upside down. >> they say -- the doctors aren't sure and we aren't sure. he has massive brain damage. >> reporter: he is in a coma and barely responding. he was a victim of a hit and run as he crossed the street downtown at noon on a sunday. witnesses say the driver stopped at first and then sped off. they know nothing. three weeks later and they say police have yet to even call making her feel like nobody even cares. >> i'm not saying i'm frustrated, just i think they need to do more. time goes on he is going to be forgotten. >> investigators will be interviewing the witnesses, we will check to see if cameras with in the area. we are aski
by and get your flu shot today at walgreens. estee lauder, mac, bobby b >>> today's tip of the someday yukon gold potatoes, the new crop is in the market. what makes them special? by the way, one time they were hard to find. you know, very expensive. but now they are available anywhere you buy produce because once you have yukon gold potatoes that's the only one you will enjoy. loaded with sugar, very little starch, very delicious. like mother nature added the butter inside. this is one cut up. look at the gold inside! they are beautiful. and the new crop, i want you to take a look at these potatoes. look how beautiful. the new crop is this color, nice and bright. the old crop will be dull so look for the new crop. when you bring them home, store them in the refrigerator right away. that's so important. don't hold them for too long. if you hold them for too long the sugar becomes starch and loaded with nutritional value yukon gold potatoes great any way you want to enjoy them. the new crop into the market and enjoy them. great four, delicious. mashed potatoes with this, great for you. just a
involved. >>> the art on the portuncula. >> you said bobby kennedy junior. >> the drawings that is not the art on it. it is identical to the original but my friend bobby kennedy junior wrote a book for children on francescos life. i said can you come out and give a speech it would be great if you could come and sign your book. do a book signing he said you are doing what? i said building a little chapel just can you come? i will send you a ticket he said i don't need a ticket it is for st. francis i will be there. he came and we used some of the photographs from his book on the life of st. francis for this video. >> we have to sneak away we will be back with angela allioto and more. stay with us >>> we're back on mosaic talking with angela alioto. your family anchors of the city during the break you are correcting my pronunciation of your favorite place. pour tune coo la. what are we talking about in the pardon? >> st. francis believed angels slept in his portuncula every night. the angels slept there and the poor people who slept in the valley of assisi. these people didn'
the explosion rocked their neighborhood, bob and his # 5- year-old son bobby drove down vermont way to homes close to the flames and found a lot of people needed help including an elderly woman. >> she was screaming. we didn't know if there was kids in the house or what. >> reporter: they went inside. they were shocked to find several wheelchair bound women in their 60, 0s 7 -- 70s and 80s, who had been left behind. >> and there was flow sound -- no sound. i looked down the hallway and i looked to the right, the first bedroom, bobby went to the left. and i saw a lady there, an elderly lady in a reclining chair with oxygen on, she had no idea what was going on. i said couple on, sweet heart, we've got to do. >> reporter: they evacuated all six women who lived there. a neighbor was down the block taking these photos of the horrific scene. everyone was scared but wonders how the care gives could just leave. >> they were forgotten. >> reporter: what do you say about this. >> i want to thank the people that saved all the people in there, that's all. >> tell me about the people who were giving th
'm so boring. no. we have bobbi thomas in the house. she says basically the fall is a great time to rethink our handbags and think about all kinds of styles out now. '60 style clutches to animal prints. they're bargains on the table and we will see if she can convince us challenged in this manner to buy a purse. >> i think you can do it. >> maybe. >> they're beautiful bags. >> if you get a big bag, you can put some of the stuff we're making in "today"'s kitchen into it. it's fantastic. an old twist on the standby favorite of beef stew. >> i wouldn't put that in my bag, in my mouth. >> a good snack. >> that looks amazing! >> you dip there in. >> i know. >> nbc news will be looking a hard look at the state of education in america, called "education nation." >> we will kick things off live with an exclusive interview with president obama for a full half hour, share his thoughts on what's going wrong and what we can do differently and put questions for the president on our website. the nbc week long education special, "education nation," our live interview with president obama monday
and with people like bobby, who are concerned about the children, the families, the fresh air. all of these things is what we depend on you to do that. i'm sorry to say this, and i do not mean this as a threat because i totally respect you, but somebody has got to be accountable for it, and i depend on you to do that, and i thank you for this time. commissioner miguel: thank you. >> good afternoon, commissioners. i am on the board in san francisco japan town. we are concerned because the deior does not address or recognize japantown as a cultural resource, and they are only three blocks away. it serves as a cultural resource for many japanese- americans who live throughout the bay area. public transit is not a good option for many of them. they could come and visit and support merchants, and they would be threatened. this in effect will have almost the same kind of impact as the plan to build 400 condos on the center. that would demolish the garage for to the wheel up to five years. this would be somewhat similar unless cpmc has adequate and satisfactory medications under the parking issues. one o
of the cabinet. bobby atkins who is also the secretary. jessica is the public relations officer. the historian -- and our treasurer. also, we had a youth advocacy coordinator come talk to us. yeah. and also about collaboration with the youth commission subcommitee that we can talk about what is going on in the district and in the city. yesterday was the board of education candidate forum. >> what were some of the top issues that came up last night for students that they were interested in hearing? >> some of them included proposition d, also environmental issues like green projects. and how we can get some students to come to their own community schools. >> thank you very much. >> we are planning retreats for the pacific leadership institute. the curriculum is more rigorous , and also cafeteria food. and then promoting the wellness center. any questions or -- >> any questions or comments from the board? >> i am really glad to hear that your attending burton high school. we are wanting to see some more leadership from our other high schools, too. >> i also want to welcome you, and offer on beha
time ofo when i used to surf. >> reporter: 11 years after becoming paralyzed bobby was riding the waves once again. >> it's like surfing. >> reporter: after seeing people tarp surfing, bobby's friends thought it would be a good birthday present for him. >> he can't do what he loves to do all the time obviously. just being able to get a piece of that is a cool thing. >> reporter: bobby had been a talented amateur surfer with a dream of going pro. he initially went through difficult times coping with his condition. after finding strength in faith, he is editing surf movies and counseling others who became paralyzed providing advice and inspiration. >> a lot of people helped me and my family out through hard times, just like this. coming here tarp surfing. it's really cool. i never thought that i would be doing this. and other people in wheelchairs, they can do it, too. >> that was knsd's chris chan reporting. now for another quick look at the weather, here is bill karins is the forecast. pretty cool. >> what a great imagination. good friends to have let's chat about the forecast. yesterda
half hour. robin? >> all right, sam. >>> bobbi ann finley is accused of an incredibly cold-hearted crime. her alleged victims say finley literally loved them and left them penniless, heartbroken, and fathers of children they never met. chris cuomo sat down with the woman many are calling the military mistress. and with nine of the men she's accused of fleecing. chris, this is incredible. >> it is. we're pretty sure we're dealing with a first here. bobbi ann finley is accused by a number of men that will shock you, of basically moving around this country, and preying on them. marrying them. and then, stealing their money and leaving them basically helpless. we always worry about the troops. and we think about what might happen to them abroad. but this is a situation where the military was unable to protect its own from a threat here at home. >> bobbi ann is inherently evil. >> she's heartless. >> cold-hearted. >> she is the devil. >> reporter: these men have become an elite band of brothers. military men, trained to protect our country from the fiercest enemies abroad. but t
? >> incredibly chilling. >>> up next, gary bernsten will join us. also joining us, robin wright and bobby ghosh. >>> could the gas fire in california have been averted? you'll meet a man who says the answer is yes. >>> why is sarah palin teed off at arnold schwarzenegger? was it something he said? you bet. [ male announcer ] it's luxury with fire in its veins. bold. daring. capable of moving your soul. ♪ and that's even before you drop your foot on the pedal. ♪ the new 2011 cts coupe from cadillac. the new standard of the world. 20 minutes later, she'll bring one into the world in seattle. later today, she'll help an accident victim in kansas. how can one nurse be in all these places? through the nurses she taught in this place. johnson & johnson knows, behind every nurse who touches a life... there's a nurse educator... who first touched them. ♪ you're a nurse ♪ you make a difference >>> before the break we showed you an in-depth, pretty remarkable look inside the hunt for osama bin laden. what happened, what didn't happen, what went down and what went wrong. now a closer look at the w
of experts, former native supreme allied commander, retired george joulwan, and bobby ghosh, and also from kenneth pollack. >>> now to the powerful hurricane bearing down on the nation's east coast. earl has been downgraded to a category 3 hurricane but it is packing plenty of punch with top winds of 125 miles an hour. the storm is passing east of the turks and caicos islands this morning, could reach the carolina coast by tomorrow morning. >> rob is tracking it all for us. we'll check in with him. >>> meantime, authorities in north carolina have ordered tourists and residents to leave the barrier islands which is accessible only by ferry. also cape lookout national seashore. a hurricane watch is up along the outer banks already. >>> fema is urging people to stock up on supplies and have an evacuation plan. president obama will get an update this morning on earl's progress and emergency preparations. he'll take part in a conference call with fema director craig fugate. >> we'll go live to rob marciano in virginia beach, virginia where normally all we'd be talking about is it is the end of
we always worry about is the self esteem. bobbie brown is here to show us how to tell our daughters to accept how they look on the outside but the beauty within. >>> and the headlines with ann curry at the newsdesk. >> thanks a lot. good morning. president obama is sharing his vision for an independent palestine estate before a major address at the u.n. assembly and saying they will never know true security and the palestinians never know the dignity of state hood without the peace talks resuming this month and urging others to support the solution of an independent palestine within one year. >>> troubled schools in new jersey are about to get a huge gift from facebook founder, mark zuckerberg. with a net worth of $2 billion, he's give an gift of $100 million for the schools there. >>> in san bruno, california, the number of deaths from the explosion, three deaths and four other people still hospitalized. >>> an egg farmer owner is offering and apology and he and the others promised a skeptical congress on wednesday, they have changed the way they do business. tom has details now. >
. wayne brady, mike tyson. ♪ >> for any of you who are big bobby brown fans, you recognize that song. it's "every little step." wayne brady's the one who came up with this idea. he said he wanted to make a remake of the video with bobby and mike tyson. you can see mike there is the third backup dancer. he really played along. lest you think he's not a skilled dancer he was on the italian version of "dancing with the stars." >> really, no kidding. >> yeah, those moves i guess maybe he honed during "dancing with the stars," who knows. >> look at that trio. bobby, wayne, mike. remember when he did the dave chappelle skit, remember that famous skit he did, he was hilarious in that. sense of humor. good for those guys. >> very funny stuff. "funny or die" which is always funny. >> always funny, yeah. number three, this is just -- no real news here. seal's come out with a new album. releasing a new video this week for his new song called "secret." basically nothing scandalous but him and his wife, heidi klum, model, host of "project runway." a very sexy song, very sexy video. it's kind of -- in
would have loved them. you may bobby seal, one of the chicago seven and founder of the aforementioned black panthers. mr. seal recently showed up on cnn. >> bobby seal, founder of the original black panthers, not to be associated with the new black panther movement. what an honor to talk to you today and what a great discussion. i really appreciate your time, bobby. >> bill: are you kidding me? what an honor to talk to the guy? good grief! check six, looking for a dangerous job? try photographing weddings. ♪ >> poor guy. again, thank you for watching us tonight. i am bill o'reilly. and please remember this the spin stops right here because we are definitely looking out for you. >> good morning, everyone. it's tuesday, september 7th. i'm alisyn in for gretchen. it's same old song, blame bush and the g.o.p. >> these are the policy that helped devastate our middle class. they drove our economy into a ditch. after we got if out of the ditch and then they got the nerve to ask for the keys back. >> so will americans let president obama and the dems keep the keys even though he's just a
game. i will check in with football legend bobby bowden. nyger morgan is the story. and has been a tough week. it culminated with the brawl last night. i love the way he plays, but he has to control his emotions. he goes to full tilt all the time and lose his composure and make some bad decisions. he needs to learn how to control these emotions better. he is going to have a long suspension. 5 times check the an roger federer breezes into the third round of the u.s. open this afternoon. he had 15 aces. beck was ranked 104th in the world. the united states beat tunisian by 35 points at the world championships. this was a mismatch from the get go. the united states just kind of let the emotions and walked to the game. finally, the search for an athletic director at the university of maryland has now become a little bit more clear. both are finalist at the university of maryland. >> when will we get a name? >> i think it will be a while yet. maybe another couple of weeks. south of laredo, there's a place... gotta cross an ocean of scorpion-covered earth. so hot, rattlesnakes... combu
't have to spend a lot of money to stay stylish. this morning bobbie thomas is going to show us how to make some of this julie yourself. she calls it hope hardware. we're going to get to the lowdown on that. we also want to tell you that tomorrow on "today" the grammy winning country music duo sugarland is going to be here live on the plaza for a concert. so come out. just when we thought the concert series was over -- >> it's never over. >> our producers come up with something else. and so we're so excited. >> it's not the summer concert series anymore. first, al, you got another check of the weather for us. >> i do, guys. but first i want to tell you about something special. last week, students here at the fancy c. williams elementary school in new orleans had some very exciting visitors, saints coach sean payton, saints cornerback, along with cheerleaders, mascot, special visit to the school district, part of louisiana recovery school district. they surprised the kids with a $10,000 check from the nfl to improve the phys ed facility. all this looking pretty good. a lot of the stu
with increased test scores and creative problem solving skills. it's good! ...and good for you. bobby? suzy? don't worry. that's just the power of the arts. announcer: feed your kids the arts. for ten simple ways to learn how, visit americansforthearts.org >> and they will want to thank them for the lumir willingness. i want to recognize that we also have a very diverse group of individuals serving on a diverse group of boards and bodies. have the pleasure of reappointing someone who has a connection that goes back generations, larry mazzola, sr. i'm pleased that subject to approval, p.j. johnson will serve again. president of the arts commission, who has been doing an outstanding job, really raising the bar in terms of public art and our commitment to neighborhood arts. i want to thank lisa gruwell for her willingness to serve on the civil service commission that sets my salary. i wish you luck and independence from whoever is serving as mayor. i want to thank the environment commission, which is something we are very proud of, for his willingness to serve as a new member. london and michael ar
of solar. you can't put more than you use. >> from bobby w at 94117. can this work -- this parlays o ff the question. can this work for a 110-unit condo? you are a condo? again. a large apartment building, this is available. >> some properties are more complicated than others. if you are going to look for energy efficiency in the unit, if you are in a rental complex, the project itself comes in under the commercial. you have to work with the common areas, that directly benefit everybody. you have to work this out between the owner and the renter. >> this is from daniel. he says, i would like to challenge the mayor to get an energy audit. i need to do that right now. if i took the advantage of the financing, this would be in the paper as something wrong and i do not know if i can get away with this. and there are 150 million other people and this is available to everybody else. i just purchased a new home, and this was long overdue. i can outfit this to make certain that this is baby-proof. the baby is considering walking. this is too much information. dr. chris via twitter, is there a l
thousands of dollars to the organization and rigid bobb -- bobby give thousands of dollars to the organization paws, and they have taken donations from pet food express fear reagan -- pet food express. >> thank you very much. next speaker please. >> i have listened to the controversy, and i see how the conflict of interest with the small organizations feel like they would bay ltd. from competing. perhaps you can get together under one umbrella and possibly the same title name, or you can work together to keep all of your jobs and survive under this corporate takeover so all of you can work together. think of that. >> are there any other members of the public who wish to speak on behalf? >> they needed a conditional use from the planning commission. this section also outlines the criteria the planning commission must use. the commission has to use -- look at the additional proposals, the availability of similar uses, the compatibility with the architectural character of the aerator, -- of the area and the existing use of neighborhood. the commission found that all of the cri
. bobby is going to tell you the rest of our story. >> we have been of business for 19 years. our job is six blocks from the proposed pet food express. we are here to ask for your help and support. every city across retail landscape now looks alarmingly similar -- every city's retail landscape now looks alarmingly similar. let's not waste an opportunity. independent pet retailers are in the same position small pharmacies were in. we have a city full of walgreen's and office depot. in november of 2009, a conditional permit was denied in the marina. if anything, the status of california street should be even less desirable than the status of lombard street. on july 8, the planning commission approved a conditional use permit for a food express to open. the three members appointed by the board of supervisors voted against this. we are appealing this decision on behalf of many who stand opposed to this chain store. agaiwe sell significant amountsf food and commodity items that are also sold by pet food express. if we have a pet food express six blocks away selling virtually the same produ
, where one man got a birthday gift he will always remember. it's been 11 years since bobby last rode a wave after a tragic surfing accident left him wheelchairbound, paralyzing his dreams of going pro. thanks to great friends, he is riding a curl again, even if it is on a tarp. after a life trying to inspire others who put their dreams on hold, bobby wants everyone to know that anything is possible. the power of positive thinking. >> what a great imagination those people have to come up with that. >> it is very cool. this is "early today," just your first stop of the day, today, on your nbc station. rise and shine! [ man ] ♪ today the world looks mighty fine ♪ [ women ] ♪ pop-tarts happy sunshine time! ♪ [ man ] ♪ grab a pop-tart and you might just start ♪ ♪ to sing songs like a meadow lark ♪ ♪ stretch and yawn ♪ blow a kiss to mom ♪ cause pop-tarts mornings are the bomb ♪ ♪ so, rise and shiiiiine >> live, local, late-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today in hd. >> good morning, everyone. after some rain yesterday, things should be pretty quiet now as we h
i buy makeup at drugstores or supermarkets or target. >> estee lauder lancome, bobby brown may cost more. are they better? the beauty buys we found at a big box store that won't break the bank. and not just a few apples that you eat. fruit displayed on the sidewalk stolen. what bay area grocers are doing to fight back. >>> 10 to 15 degrees above normal today. now the day the cooling will begin as eyewitness news continues on cbs 5. b-a-c-c-a-l-a-u-r-e-a-t-e. baccalaureate. correct. [ audience groans ] since this competition has been continuing for 48 hours and we have yet to eliminate anyone, it is the decision of this board to declare all 20 contestants winners. you have all competed admirably. admirably. a-d-m-i-r-a-b-l-y. admirably. [ male announcer ] at&t is making high speed internet affordable for only $14.95 a month with select services. at&t. rethink possible. but what were the results? fact: brown promised to improve schools. but the drop out rate increased 50%, and the state had to take over the schools. fact: the city controller found employees paid for 22,000 hours... th
the night bobby kennedy is killed, and you're 12 years old, david? i was then. you've grown since then. you were 12 years old, and you were a volunteer with the bobby kennedy campaign. (bender) the presidential campaign in '68. (paulson) in california? mm-hmm. (paulson) and you were with rosemary clooney as well? well, she was-- i met her that night, and she was performing that night as artists-- she was one of those who had campaigned for robert kennedy. a lot of artists went out on the campaign trail for candidates, and i was with her that night. and actually, at the moment that senator kennedy was shot, i remember that it was the last time i've seen her, which was 32 years ago. she was supposed to sing at the overflow room downstairs, and the senator was supposed to exit one side of the stage where-- to see rosemary clooney, and at the last minute-- you can hear it on the tape. someone says, "this way, senator." and he goes the other way. what happened that night was obviously, for a kid-- i remember seeing people in shock, and i--you know, when you're 12, you've never seen that. i didn'
-old son bobby ran into a converted nursing home in that burning neighborhood and were shocked to find several wheelchair bound women in their 60s, 70s and 80s who had been left behind by two female caregivers who ran off when they saw the fire. off of her and said c'mon sweetheart, we gotta go, we gotta g want to say a >> bobby went to the left and i saw a lady there, an elderly lady in a reclining chair with oxygen on and had stereo headphones on with her back to the window. she had no idea what was going on. so i took everything off her and i said come on, sweetheart, we've got to go. >> what do you say about this? >> i just want to thank the people that saved all the people this there, that's all. thank you. >> reporter: tell me about the people who were giving the care. why did they take off? can you tell us about that? can you just explain what kind of caregivers they are? >> the two men drove the women to the hospital in their own car. none of them were seriously injured. >>> today for the first time the governor got a firsthand look at the neighborhood. he was in asia on a trad
-old son bobby drove down vermont way to homes close to the flames and found a lot of people who needed help including an elderly woman on the sidewalk. >> she was screaming, help, help, help, help! we didn't quite know if there were kids in the house or if there was you know -- we had no idea there were elderly people. >> reporter: they were at 1136 vermont a converted nursing hope and went inside. they were shocked to find several wheelchair-bound elderly women left behind by their female caregivers. >> i went into the family room, living room and kitchen screaming come out, the fire, help, help, and there was no sound. so i looked down the hallway and i said, well, i'm going down the hallway, and i saw an elderly lady in a reclining chair with oxygen on and stereo headphones on with her back to the window. she had no idea that what was going on. so i took everything off her and i said, come on, sweetheart, we have to go. we have to go. >> reporter: they evacuated all six women who lived there. jerry hill was down the block taking photos of the scene. he said everyone was scared but w
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